Montepulciano is both a place in Italy and a wine making grape. Learn more about what makes them differ and you’ll make the best choice next time you are in your local wine shop. Like/Subscribe to the KnowWineInNoTime channel for more informative videos about wine.
The 8 Styles Of Wine You Should Try First || Gent’s Lounge When you’re starting to drink wine it can be a bit overwhelming. This is my attempt to try and make it as easy as possible to find wines you might like. Hope this helps! Use Code: ‘GENTS’ for $10 off $50 or more
Pizza: A magic word to me… and many many of you. And when you say to me pizza and friends, then I immediately think wine. It’s THE food matching. So, if you want to know what wine to pair with Cheese Pizza? Meat Pizza? White Pizza? or much more don’t hesitate to see this video
What is CHARDONNAY – Everything you need to know about this popular grape Chardonnay is a green-skinned grape variety used in the production of white wine. The variety originated in the Burgundy wine region of eastern France, but is now grown wherever wine is produced, from England to New Zealand. For new and developing wine
Presented By Bon Appétit With Edward Jones Frasca Food and Wine, one of America’s great farm-to-table restaurants is smack in the middle of Boulder Colorado, inspired by the Friuli-Venezia Giulia region of Italy. Still haven’t subscribed to Bon Appetit on YouTube? ►► http://bit.ly/1TLeyPn ABOUT BON APPÉTIT Cook with confidence using Bon Appetit’s kitchen tips, recipes,
Learn more about how rosé wine is made:https://youtu.be/xKsEv6dH248 Demonstrating how you can, with the addition of just a little bit of red wine, transform a white wine into a rosé of the color you like, to explain how rosé wine is made. Watch more episode of Julien’s WIne School to learn more about vino: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zIwsqlrJzd8&list=PLd_ydU7Boqa1UnY8sHvy2UD6LFgnpXQ7a
Watch how to make Rosé from white wine: https://youtu.be/ItHZwbnLhdw I’m back today with a new episode of my 3.5 minute wine school, what you need to know about rosé Watch more episode of Julien’s WIne School to learn more about vino: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zIwsqlrJzd8&list=PLd_ydU7Boqa1UnY8sHvy2UD6LFgnpXQ7a Video content (transcription) I sort of launched this concept of short educational yet
Hello everyone and welcome to Madhushala. It is 1st episode of the wine series, Everything about Wine.The video is about wine basics. It answers the questions what is wine? What are the different types of wines and how is wine classified? So enjoy the video and like, share the video. Please subscribe the channel
In this video I’m showing in this store you can find different types and brand of wines, liquor, beer with prices. Affordable and pricey wines can be found in here . Amazing big size of Asahi beer can be found here too. Food stuff can be found in here also but more on liquor, beer,
Incredibly balanced and complex, Dessert Wines are a special category of wines that are more than just sweet. They are perfect when paired with sweet treats or all by themselves after your main course. Like/subscribe to the KnowWineInNoTime channel for more informative videos about wine.
What better way to end Tropicana’s Beach Bash with our Jersey Shore Wine Festival featuring over 12 South Jersey wineries and 150+ different types of wine?! In this week’s TropCast, Anthony and Maureen take some time and chat with our Food & Beverage Manager, Mario Choing as he dishes on all the details! Listen in
Nestled between the Vosges Mountains and the Rhine River, Alsace is a picturesque landscape of quilted vineyards and quaint medieval villages. Join our host Michael Fagan, as we travel through this little corner of France and discover its wines, indulge in its cuisine and revel in its natural beauty. Produced in 2002
One of the good guys! Mike Officer, co-founder of the ‘Historic Vineyard Society’ (and one hell of a winemaker) is in the chair today. We’re talking old vines and the special nature of their precious and depleting state. Mark our words: Mike Officer is one important guy for the future of the wine industry…
The Matua winery was started in New Zealand by brothers Bill and Ross Spence. We sat down with Bill to learn about the origins of the Matua name and its importance in New Zealand culture. Bill and his brother also have the unique honor of pioneering Sauvignon Blanc production in New Zealand. The “Spence Clone”,
Wine writer + expert Elaine Chukan Brown speaks with with London-based wine writer Jamie Goode focusing on California in a global context. Jamie came to wine writing by a rather convoluted route, via a PhD in plant biology and several years of working as a book editor. Today, in addition to writing for his own
The Nahe region is named after the river that traverses the valleys of the forested Hunsrück Hills as it gently flows toward Bingen on the Rhine. It is a peaceful landscape of vineyards, orchards and meadows interspersed with cliffs and striking geological formations. Although the Nahe is one of the smaller German wine regions, its
Ventures in Wine Country follows three Okanagan wine makers as they release their 2014 white wines, wrapping this grape-to-glass story. ——————————————————————————— Connect with us: Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/optiklocal/ Twitter – https://twitter.com/optiklocal
http://FoodieBrothers.com The Foodie Brothers Pick Some great wines that are under $12 a bottle with Brian the wine guy at Shopper’s Vineyard, Clifton,NJ
Fruit Wines Made Easy!! In this How To Video I teach you how to Ferment a simple Jug Wine using Saskatoon Berries. This is an all time favourite method of mine as it is easy, requires small amounts of ingredients and tastes great. It is perfect for all those small batch fruit harvests over the
Chardonnay is the white grape of Burgundy and this moderate growing region of France is where you find some of it’s greatest expressions. Names like Montrachet, Chablis and Pouilly-Fuissé. This is the region where the chardonnay grape developed and today it’s made in a range of styles. From bone-dry wines with minerality and acidity to
What you should know about the Bordeaux wines from Saint-Julien, the smallest of the prestigious appellations of Médoc on the Left Bank neighboring Margaux, Pauillac and Saint-Estèphe. Watch the Episode of Tasting with Julien about Margaux wine: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tTEUtvI463M How Bordeaux wine is Made in a Grnd Cru Estate: https://youtu.be/A2T7FgYQuV8 Tasting and describing the Grand Cru
Bill Elsey shares some information on the Italian varietal Amarone for Wines.com TV. Find us on Google+ https://plus.google.com/b/113445358127735436475/113445358127735436475/posts Like us on Facebook – http://www.facebook.com/winesdotcom & Follow on Twitter @WinesCom and Check out http://www.wines.com/ for great deals on wine & accessories!!
For decades, red wine has been the “healthy” alcohol, set on a pedestal against its contemporaries. But, is red wine actually good for you? Where did this idea come from? We speak with a cardiologist about red wine’s health benefits. Following is a transcript of the video: Jack: This is an inviting glass of wine.
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